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Recording cds "When I attempt to write a cd audio disk I get a message that the disk is full even though it's a new disk. Thanks for your help

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  • mares13120 May 11, 2009

    I've looked for "auto format" and can't find it.  

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You need to disable auto format on the drive.

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